Nov 10, 2017 - Doors, windows, plumbing, and HVAC installations wrap up this work week at 10 Arros. 

 

Oct 25, 2017 - We've got views and they're FANTASTIC! 

 

Sept 28, 2017 - Third floors are coming together.

 

Sept 21, 2017 - Pretty soon we'll start seeing plumbing and electrical. Can't wait to snap views from the third floor!

 

Sept 14, 2017 - Took a look inside

 

Sept 8, 2017 - Gorgeous day for a few framing updates---

 

Aug 24, 2017 - We've started framing the main floor. This is such an exciting phase of construction because it moves quickly and finally gives some real-life dimension to the plans we've been studying for so long.

 

Aug 17, 2017 - The Southeastern crews are making quick time at 10 Arros, and these floor trusses are indeed a show of strength. Looking good!

 

Aug 9, 2017 - Driveways are in and they look great! Framing has begun at 533 New Bern and we can see the outlines of the bonus room in Unit 10. This stage should go quickly and it will be exciting to see the buildings rise to full height. Check out that view of downtown!

 

July 13, 2017 - Concrete is curing at 533 New Bern.

 

July 6, 2017 - We finally got enough of a break in the rain to begin pouring the slabs! As the concrete trucks lined up to be pumped out onto the site we were free to study the wooden forms being built and shaped to create the bases for walls, stairways, and mechanicals. You can now get a good sense of the width and depth of the units, garages, flex room, and front entrances. Before we left I stole a look at the master plans to confirm that site work is indeed progressing to spec!

 

June 29, 2017 - We took some exciting drone shots of the preparation for the slabs to be poured as foundation work continues. One can really get a feel for the site layout now, and a real sense of closeness to the downtown core from this height - 8 min walk to Fayetteville St or Transfer Co Food Court.

 

June 22, 2017 - Site work continues and foundation walls have been erected. The locations of each unit are now clearly indicated by the ground floor office window holes and front entry stoop notches. Slabs will be poured as soon as we see a few consecutive dry days.